Question:

What will happen to the electrons in a neutral object if a negatively charged balloon is brought near the object?

Answer:

If the negatively charged balloon is brought near the aluminum pop can, the electrons within the pop can will experience a repulsive force. The repulsion will be greatest for those electrons that are nearest the negatively charged balloon. Many of these electrons will be induced into moving away from the repulsive balloon. AnswerParty!

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